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This is a beautiful festival. The feeling you get is that of going back to the time of Zorro ... Nice! Great for drinking, eating, showing of or just watching. Combine your trip to the region with this festival.
To begin with, Jerez has it's own and permanent fair grounds. The lighting decorations are so much prettier than at Sevilla. The fair is known for it' s horses and all the events that go on during the week that the fair lasts. There are...More
Cheerful event, full of interesting people dressed à moda flamenca or campera. Just choose any of the many casetas to drink and eat to your heart's content. The most cheerful have live music. Make sure to go during the day to appreciate the parade of...More
What an experience! Crowds of people enjoying themselves, ladies young and old and little girls dressed up in their flamenco dresses with all the trimmings looking beautiful. People dancing their flamenco moves in the bars. Horses and carriages galore taking people around the venue, all...More
One of the most amazing events I have seen. All that is special in a people and country. Celebrating the horse, culture, music, Dance, Sherry, Wine, food, tradition and friendship all in one place.
Something the whole world should know about. Will definitely return next...More
We both came to Jerez to the Moto GP. To our surprise we came across Feria Del Caballo event by luck. It’s a superb display of historical pageantry with flamenco dresses for the ladies and swash buckling outfits for the guys with hundreds of horses...More
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You will have to check the town hall's website further in advance. Festivities are posted up until the end of 2018. It is always in May, usually within the first two weeks. It all depends on when Easter Falls and then all... More
You will have to check the town hall's website further in advance. Festivities are posted up until the end of 2018. It is always in May, usually within the first two weeks. It all depends on when Easter Falls and then all the fairs begin starting with the one in Seville with a minimum 2 week gap after Easter. The rest of the fairs follow con sequential. Jerez is usually 2 weeks after. All I can find on Google right now is that this year Jerez has agreed to postpone it's fair for it not to coincide with Sevilla's. Sevilla is usually in Abril but since Easter changes this year is special. You should be able to find the dates soon on the town halk's website...look for AYUNTAMIENTO DE JEREZ official website and under calender, events and festivities. You can also email their tourist office. Both places should have exact dates by nowner. If Sevilla has moved theirs to first week in May instead of April and Jerez has agreed to change it will be after that